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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
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    "Biden looking to be a disaster, Bernie looking to be on the decline, Warren looking to be unelectable... Interesting, verrry, interesting."
    Meanwhile down in Georgia (where there is absolutely NO voting or polling malfeasance WHATSOEVER!!) a solo effort on the part of one member of the Right begins.
    That lone Georgia right wing voter is so desperate that he believes the Dems will turn to the worst candidate they ever fielded, a two time loser.

    I hear he has now lit candles and is preparing to sacrifice a small goat at the altar of Hillary Clinton.
    Strangely, no Dems have stepped up to help him.

    Good luck in your solo journey, Taylor.
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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    At least Biden and Warren won't have a heart attack.Neither one has one.

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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTracksGirl View Post
    If Sanders drops out then I think it's definitely going to be either Warren or Biden. I think eventually Biden's baggage and gaffes will catch up with him though and it will be Warren. I don't think Warren can beat Trump however. If Hillary couldn't then I doubt Warren can.
    She has better policy, a better track record, is more principled, and despite not being particularly charismatic at the very least doesn't exude an aura of nigh palpable repugnance.
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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    There's a political market for a "moderate" in the Democrat primary. If the rest of the pack is too weak to take on Warren, Bloomberg or even Hillary Clinton could see an opening to jump in the race.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jay59 View Post
    Bernie Sanders is having heart surgery. It's relatively minor, but his ability to campaign will be severely restricted and he was already losing ground. Joe Biden is getting hit by all the attention on Ukraine.

    The third debate is in less than two weeks. Will it all be over except for the rituals?

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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    Quote Originally Posted by Surrealistik View Post
    She has better policy, a better track record, is more principled, and despite not being particularly charismatic at the very least doesn't exude an aura of nigh palpable repugnance.
    This is a comparison to Hillary, correct?

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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrWonka View Post
    BWahahahahahaah!!!!

    So the removal of the single most corrupt piece of **** president in history replacing him with someone who will hold Wall Street accountable for the first time in history is a bad thing in your mind huh? I really feel bad for people like you sometimes, honestly.
    Hey, we had a guy hold Wall Street accountable once in the early 20th century. It's not entirely new!
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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jay59 View Post
    This is a comparison to Hillary, correct?
    Yep. Though I mean it's about equally applicable to Trump.
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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    accountability?

    She wants to break up banks and companies. That's not holding them accountable, that's a forceful takeover.
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    It's about goddamn time.
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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    Quote Originally Posted by SDET View Post
    There's a political market for a "moderate" in the Democrat primary. If the rest of the pack is too weak to take on Warren, Bloomberg or even Hillary Clinton could see an opening to jump in the race.
    Not traditionally and particularly not in today's environment.

    Hillary might but I doubt it. She could not beat Trump with all the advantages. This time around he has all the leverage. I think Bloomberg has zero chance and knows it.

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    Re: If Bernie Drops Out, is it Over?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse Booth View Post
    Hey, we had a guy hold Wall Street accountable once in the early 20th century. It's not entirely new!
    Too bad he was a Republican, right?

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